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GENUINE D-CON Noted rat pols-
on now on sale at Clinic Drug
Company, in Mount Olive.
VACCINATED CHICKS All our
chick are vaccinated against New
castle disease with killed virus and
are N. C.-U. S. approved Pullorum
clean from strains that really pro
duce eggs. Mount Olive Hatchery.
Have opening in Duplin County lor
4 ,uv ir Aver&ee earn-
MSb IIiaK ww
i. tA2S oer week. Write or
rn, nmih r.n P O. Box
Tin. WUminaton. N C. Phone
muT unnr.FT sanitation: It's
Sanitize houses, equipment, ana
tools regularly with Dr. Salsbury s
j-i .w i.v nr Ormex here I
Leon O. Simmons Hardware in Mt.
DAIRY COWS waste feed after
they eat it. Let us tell you how
to stop this waste and get more
milk with Dr. Hess Stock Tome.
Holt-Simmons Co., Kenansville.
1950 Famuli Super A and Eqpt.
1S50 Farmall Gub tt Eqpt
1948 FarmaU Cut) & JSqpt.
1048 Farmall Cub and Eqpt
1940 Farmall A tt Eqpt
1938 Farmall F-12 Complete
1938 Farmall F-20 Complete
1934 farmau F-zo en steel
1949 Ford Tractor Complete
1940 Ford Tractor w-balf track
1948 Ford Tractor Complete
1949 Ford Tractor Complete
1949 Oliver Cleatrac Tractor -
1949 Avery V and Eqpt
1938 Avery A Bqpt
1949 Massy Harris Pony tt Eaot
1938 John Deere on steel
1947 Fordsen Tractor on Steel
Plows Disc Harrows Equipment
Your Ford Tractor Dealer
BHTAN-EDMOKSON Tractor Co,
Mt Olive Hgwy., Phone 3000
FOR SALE: One saddle horse at a
reasonable price. See Marjorie
Jones at the Kenansville Cafe in
5-29 2T. Pd. ;
When In Mt Olive
A Good Place To Eat
LOST: Setting out of ring. Black
onyx setting with gold initial T and
chip diamond. Reward offered.
Notify Seymour Teltelbaumv In
Kenansville, N. C.
5-29 IT C.
FOR SALE: One 8 ft. meat count
er; 1 pr. sanitary scales; 1 meat
block. All in good condition. N.
A. Sloan, Calypso.
6-12 3t. Pd.
Surveys Indicate 'that farmers
will need a total of about 16 per
cent more new farm machinery ana
equipment in 1953 than they bought
MATERNITY and CHILDREN'S
wear nationally advertised lines
at saving prices. Baileys Mater-
nltv and Children's Shop. 107 JS.
Mulberry St, Goldsboro.
9-29 2T. C.
Reliable man with car wanted to
call on farmers in Duplin County.
Wonderful opportunity. $10 to $20
in a day No experience or capital
'required. Permanent Write today.
MONESS COMPANY, , Dept. C,
Candler Sldg, Baltimore 2, Md.
6-5 2T pd.
Farmers see me for your
land plaster needs. W. E.
Acetylene and electric welding on
all farm machinery. Sprays and
dusters repaired. Trailers, hitch
es put on. Lawn mowers sharpen
ed and repaired. A good weld
means longer wear. Work done
by Garnie S. Herring at A. C. Hall,
Hardware la Wallace,
repaired. New Royal typewriters
for every need. Call Goldsboro 251.
Worley Typewriter Exchange,
105 1-2 N. Center Street
5-29 5T C.
For Sale Cockerel Chicks
$8:00 per hundred. All beasty
breeds. Southerland Hatchery,
Wallace, N. C, Phone 3921. '
FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT
Use' T-4-L for 3 to 5 days. If
aot pleased, your 40c back. Watch
the old. tainted skin slough off to
be replaced by healthy skin. Get
instant-drying T-4-L irom any arug
glst .Now at Kenansville Drug
Store. .'''' .
FOR SALE: One five room house
in Warsaw. Reasonable. Call 528
or write Box 541 Warsaw.
8-26 IT I. H.
NEW FORD. For the best deal
on a new Ford car- or truck see
W. L. Cavenaugh at Kenansville
Also many good used cars and
trucks. Telephone W. L. Cavenaugh
at Keaansville 2183.
PLENTY OF GOOD WATER
FROM A DRILLED WELL.
WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED
BOOKLET AND ESTIMATE,
CHvnra Vs directionand
, HOW FAR YOU LTVK FROM
HEATER :WELL -CO, INC
RALEIGH. ML C.
LET US REC AP YOBB TIERS
Full circle fuQ cap
I Fully Guaranteed Wet
U S. Tire Distributors
BRYAN-EDMONSON Tractor Co.
Mt OlWe Hwy. Pbeoe MM
BOUARB BANCS Meaat Olive
Gymnasium every Saturday night
at vara, music oy -rue itayuua
Four Phis One." AdnUaaioa 75e
per person. "A dcaa dance far
clean people." sponsored by the
America Legloo. -
FOB RUBBER. ASPHALT, LINOL
EUM and plastic wan tile, end for
expert laying, call J. P. Smith or
A. Q. Smith at East Carolina Tile
t Co., Magnolia, N. C Wcrwwsnshtp
guaranteed . Free estimate. Pbene
night 2110, day 3147, Box 108, Mag
nolia. , , I V,
FREE RQGERS SILVERWARE at
Clinic Drug Co. Get your card to
day and own a set of silverware
eoon. Lovely patterns. tfc
to eighi Inches below any sign of
discoloration of the bark.
Blossom bllaht infection has been
reported to be reduced considerably! n
oy an annual practice ox spraying
during bloom with a weak Bor
deaux mixture, 2-4-100 (made with
two pounds copper sulfate and four
pounds hydrated lime in 100 gal
lons ; water). - Perfect control of
blight should not be expected from
bloom spraying because it is Im
possible, to cover with , the spray
all the parts of the blooms and
shoots that develop during rainy
periods when blight infection can
take place. '
Returns To Arizona
S-Sgt Jesse L. Tillman has re
turned to Tucson, Arizona after
spending a 20 day furlough with
his, foster parents Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Taylor, Rt 2, Kenansville.
SsSgt. Tillman Is in the Air Force
Corn is a five-billion dollar crop
In the United States greater in
dollar value than any other crop.
State Collera Answers
QUESTION. What is fire blight.
and how can It be controlled?
ANSWER: Fire blight is a bac
terial disease that often appears
suddenly on shoots and blooms of
apple aSd pear trees soon after
bloom. It blights blooms, spurs,
and twigs, results In cankers on
branches and trunks, reduces set of
fruit ana kills spurs, orancnes,
and even trees. It is very wide
spread and severe in North Caro
lina this year.
A simple, practical, and fully
effective control measure for fire
blight has not been developed.
Once the infection starts, there
is no way to control it On a long-
term basis, however, the follow
ing practices will aid in control:
Eliminate hold-over cankers. Cut
off branches with cankers during
winter, and rub off all water-sprouts
during spring and summer.
Use best orchard practices to keep
trees from being over - stimulated
to too rapid and vigorous growth,
particularly during and just after
the bloom period.
Avoid planting varieties of pears
and apples that are extremely sus
ceptible to fire blight. , - )
Remove scattered bloom clusters
on young trees before they open.
If seen early In their develop
ment, break off blighted shoots six
DUE TO SHORTAGE OF LABOR
j WE WILL BE
AFTERNOON DURING THE SUMMER
MONTHS BEGINNING SATURDAY, JUNE 7th O
SEVEN SPRINGS SUPPLY CO
Watch This Space Daily
Far The Best Buys In
. A-l CARS AND TRUCKS '
1951 Ford Custom Fordor $1944.00
1948 Pontlac Del. 4 door .$1290.00
., Extra Clean
1938 Ford Coupe $ 350.00
Real Clean-New Motor
1948 Ford 2 ton Dump Truck
A-l Condition ....41090.00
1946 Ford 1-2 ton Pickup S 599.00
A Good Buy
1945 Willys Jeep 390.90
You Can Find The Car Or Truck
You Need At Our Big Lot
On North Center St. .
Sales Dept. Open Evenings
, Until 9:00 p.m.
Seven Springs, N. C. O
H. C.Dale, Mgr.
Educational Insurance Now is the
time to begin that educational pro
gram for that child. Drop me a
card today. No obligations. AU
forma of life insurance.
James G. Dickson, Calypso, N. C.
Bealeatate If you wish to sell
or buy a fans, heme, er any kind
of realeatate. See James G, Dick
son, Calypso, N. C.
Sheetrok Up torn Board Plas
ter Ltme Brixment Cement
Doors Windows Tobacco
Flues. Place Your Order Now For
Tobacco Flues J. C Buss, War-
w. N. C.
BEACH COTTAGES For Sale
or Rent , Reasonable Rates
Beach Lots. For best Information
write or visit Tucker Real Estate
Co, Phone 2696, P. O. Box 661-A,
Carolina Beach, N. C.
6-6-4T Pd. ?
WELCOME TO WALLACE
DURING STRAWBERRY DAYS
Come In And Let's Talk Over Your
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Auto and Truck Problems.
DOnfiE Cat nI
"SALES and simCE'-
THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONNAIRE HAS BEEN MAILED TO
EACH LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATE IN OUR COUNTY
If elected, wlU you actively sapper! with
vet and Influence a state-wide
If elected, will you actively support with year vote aad Influence the aheOtlea
ef the ae sailed 'gag rule'T
What will be your position toward gransfaur special prtvUegea auck aa vetiaar
prtrUegea to munldpaHttei and Bdaertty creeps, aeaUcA to oouaUes aad statesT
. What wUl your attitude toward legaUsed gaasbUag la the state bet
FOB TOUR INFORMATION WE GIVE BELOW EACH CANDIDATES ANSWER:
(The numbers below correspond with the numbers above)
r. M. CARE 3. In the language of this Is not democracy but dicta-
(house) quetioa this would preclude torshlp, the same as tbe Gag
1. yea ' 1 ' ' any legislation for munlclpall- rule'. I am opposed to dicta-
2. The rules that govern the ties, for bond issue, or other torshlp.
House of Representatives are wise, and is not clear to me. I am opposed to legalised
proposed by the Committee I will not introduce, or aid In gambling and other things
on Rules, for the orderly , the passage of any bill for which have existed and or
transaction of the business of the establishment of an A.B.C, now exist In our county, and
the House, and upon their Store In any municipality in state but not touched upon
report to this body, they are Duplin County, nor any other In the questions submitted,
generally adopted by a voice municipality in the State of which questions cover only a
vote without an opportunity North Carolina, '.t t -V. small part of the whole pro-
for consideration or debate. 4, I will vote against legal- blem of good government.
, iu nun; uuumcea me two txeu gambling. , . - . 1,
''aflH (house) :,(i:f:i
1. ;';, es '! I ,
2. yes ' . ' - ' )
3. The votln tnivileoe
, good for the enactment of not a special privilege but have a liquor store when the
good legislation, and until the a riant It la the cornerstone county itself la dry. since it
Rules are presented to the of our democracy. To deny follows that you have in ef
House, then, and only then, the people In a county w a feet made the county wet any
could I base my opinion as to town the right to vote and, at way.
my vote, lor or against the the same time, grant it to -t wiu vote against legai-
thlrds rule Instances the two
good legislation, .and enables
the House to proceed with
proper decision and dispatch
of business. However,. I win
be guided upon whatsoever Is
' MITCHELL BRITT y
. 1. yes i, Prj'.s '' a
: 3. I will introduce or support
no bill allowing a town to
other counties and-or towns ixed gambling in the State.
We are aot oampatarung for any one candidate,1
but we believe that ' every, : eligible voter should
avail himself of this yrlceless privilege and vote for
the man you believe win do tie moat foe. good
, ninrvrr "Mr'jT;
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Sfafemerifs being made and published that I
voted fo kill the Rural Electrification Act when
I was serving in the United States Congress are
It is another chapter in theltory of half truths, deceitful in
sinuations, and distortions of fact that have been paraded before the
people of North Carolina in a deliberate effort to deceive them. It
is typical and in further evidence of the type of campaign being
carried on in behalf of another candidate in this race.
Those of you who are familiar with my record as a mem
ber of Congress and the United States Senate know I have supported
the REAprogram. ; ;
I voted and worked for the passage of the Rural Electrifica
tion Act. I not only supported, its enactment but thereafter sup
ported appropriations necessary for the development of the REA
program 'and have supported and defended the act since it was
first passed. '. I opposed reducing appropriations for REA in a speech
on the floor.of the United Stages Senate on June 26, 1947, and have
defended the REA prdgrarjttin many public speeches in North Caro-
lina during the past fifteen years.?;. V-l's ; ' ; '
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, I am heartily in favor ol the Rural! Telephone Programs'of
REA, and I think that it should be encouraged in every way. If
I am nominated and elected Grovernor, I shall use the influence
of my office to aid the farmers of North Carolina in securing tele
phones and in continued supDorjt of the REA program, , . , .
I regret , that the campaign headquarters of my opponent
has seen fit to distort my record in support of REA by saying that
I voted in May 1938 against continuing REA as a permanent agency. ..
The facts are that there was no legislation before the Congress in '
1938 on the. question of continuing. REA" as a permanent agency. .
; The REA Act was originally passed in 1936 to continue for:
a period of ten years, and the matter of its continuance as a per
manent agency was not before the Congress until after I had, re- ,
tired from Congress. " s . ' .
I have not only supported the REA, the rural telephone pro
gram, and the entire farm program, but I have also supported and
voted for every program for better roads and schools that has been
passed in North Carolina in the past 30 years, including the Better
Schools and Roads Program of 1949. ' . . i
Dcniccfctic I'JMar, May'31